The Natural House
As much a book of inspirational imagery as it is a book on architectural philosophy, The Natural House demonstrates the virtues of designing and building in accordance with nature as well as it does the absurdity of what has become standard in American domestic architecture – think: tract home developments.
Wright spent an entire career honing in on his theories of home design – from how best to solve the American housing crisis by better utilizing natural, locally sourced materials, to architectural conventions best included or excluded depending on the site of the home, and intelligent site selection for longevity.
Soft cover with black and white illustrations and photographs throughout.
Condition: Structurally sound, with a bit of wear taken to the exterior.
Measures ~5"x7". 224 pages.